Published: 06:00, 20 August 2021
It's been another tense tournament, but once again we're here with a dog v dog finale!
In this final round, one animal will be voted on by readers to win this month's competition - receiving the coveted title of August's Pet of The Month.
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For those new to the game, every month we choose eight animals across Kent for readers to explore the lives of and vote on who will be Kent's Pet of the Month.
Every week readers vote on pairs of animals to go to the next round until only one remains.
If you're interested in entering next month's round for September, email details about your pet (such as pictures, name, breed, age and fun stories) to email@example.com
Taffy the Welsh Collie
Taffy is a five-year-old Welsh Collie who loves balls and sticks!
He was chosen by his owners after they met his dad asleep on a pub floor and kept in touch when he was sired for puppies.
Due to their meeting, Taffy's human parents had the first pick of the litter.
Now he is nearly five, and a father himself, Taffy's owners say he has the best life ever.
His favourite game is going round and round with a stick in his mouth and he loves chasing after a ball on a beach.
Taffy is also a keen footballer! He loves a football pitch where he always puts the ball in the net for the next kick.
His owners say he truly is a well tempered, gorgeous dog, who gets lots of attention every day from people in their village.
Nicknamed Mr Taffy, the pooch is full of character and charm.
Louie Bob the Cairn Terrier
Louie Bob is a very chilled out 11-year-old Cairn Terrier who is currently enjoying his twilight years pottering in the garden, sunbathing, and walking around his home village.
He is very loving and enjoys snuggling up on the sofa with his owners.
But his grey-ringed eyes have many tales to tell; when he was younger he used to prey on wild rabbits in true terrier style.
He would have been spending his retirement years in peace and quiet had it not been for his owners buying a Labrador puppy who is now almost two.
He didn't take to the new arrival too kindly, choosing to tolerate his now much-bigger younger brother, Ziggy's Stardust, rather than welcome him with love.
Winning this competition might alleviate some of this dog's "little man syndrome" and would be an achievement in his golden years.